Richard A. Wilber
Rick Wilber is the editor of the anthology, Future Media (Tachyon, 2011), which reprints notable fiction and non-fiction centered around the mass media and is intended for both popular and academic readers. Rick’s novella, “Several Items of Interest,” appeared in Asimov’s in 2010, and the short-story, “Blind Spot,” co-authored with friend Nick DiChario, appeared in Fantasy & Science Fiction. He is the author of the novels Rum Point (McFarland, 2010), and The Cold Road (Forge, 2003), along with several collections, a memoir on baseball and the caregiver role, and some fifty science-fiction and fantasy short stories and a number of poems in the usual venues. A thirty-three veteran of college teaching, he also writes college textbooks on writing and the mass media, and he is a journalism professor at the University of South Florida where he heads the magazine major. He is administrator and co-founder with Sheila Williams of the Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing.
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